Canadian Labour Reporter

September 11, 2017

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PM #40065782 Labour Reporter Canadian www.labour-reporter.com September 11, 2017 TRANSPORTATION ASIG (Aircraft Service International Group) Winnipeg (19 fuelers, maintenance/facility workers) and Teamsters Canada, Local 979 Renewal agreement: Effective Feb. 1, 2016, to Jan. 31, 2021. Signed on Aug. 16, 2016. Shift premium: $0.65 per hour Saskatchewan corrections officer terminated after theft of uncle's funds Had worked two years while charges went to trial AFTER A PUBLIC trial that resulted in a Sas- katoon Correctional Centre (SCC) correctional officer being convicted of theft under $5,000, the worker was dismissed. The 10-year veteran employee, identified as "LR," was convicted in December 2014 of the theft and sentenced to one year of house arrest. She had been entrusted with the finances of her great un- cle, who was unable to care for himself. She had been appointed public guardian in 2009 but was charged with theft over $5,000 on Aug. 8, 2012. LR told the employer immediately and an investigational interview took place the same day. During the meeting, LR became very emotional and explained the charge was a misunderstand- ing over gas receipts and in any case it should Photo: Google Street View ARBITRATION AWARDS COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS see Uncle's funds > pg. 8 New Brunswick blood worker fired for excessive call-backs A TECHNICIAN with the Cana- dian Blood Services (CBS) office in Saint John, N.B, was fired after the employer believed he manipu- lated the system to be paid for call- backs that weren't required. The matter first came to light in July 2015 when it was discovered Mynor London, who had 10-and- a-half years of service with CBS, was responsible for 40 per cent of the call-backs for four staff mem- bers at the CBS office in Saint John. see CBS > pg. 8 see Collective agreements > pg. 3 pg. 2 First contract signed Whitehorse's Save-On-Foods workers ratified a collective agreement at new retail outlet Cher-Noble Enterprises — Alberta pg. 3 Swissport Canada Deicing — Manitoba pg. 4 Canadian Corps of Commissionaires Ottawa — Ontario pg. 4 Lac Ste. Anne County — Alberta pg. 5 Canada Cartage System — British Columbia pg. 6 Government of Canada — Multiprovince pg. 6 Masonry Contractors' Association of Toronto — Ontario pg. 7 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS

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